Entertainment Desk: Since quite some time, a couplet of the words of a song – ‘Moye Moye’ has become quite popular on social media. However, many people do not know the real secret of the viral song ‘Moye Moye’ or where this word originated from.
According to the media, the correct pronunciation of ‘moye moye’ is ‘moye more’. It is a song composed in Serbian language. Basically it started from Tiktok. It has spread on social media from Tiktok and Facebook short videos (reels). Apart from this, YouTube and Likei are going on ‘Moye Moye’ commotion. The length of the song is two minutes and 54 seconds.
The song is sung by Serbian singer and composer Teja Dora. The lyrics were co-written by Teja Dora and Serbian rapper Slobodan Velkovic Kobi. On the other hand, it is composed by Loka Jovanovic.
In a post on social media threads on Tuesday, the artist wrote to the audience, ‘Many people have expressed their love for the song, thank you. It’s great to see music from Serbia spreading around the world. Every day I am getting love from different parts of the world. Love to you.’
Sadness is spread in the lyrics and melody of this song. There is the pain of not getting into the song. The artist says in the song that he is haunted by nightmares (death) day after day. This nightmare only adds to his depression and isolation. He feels himself in a nightmare. Even in the midst of this, he wants to live by straw. He wants someone to stand by him. Let someone understand him, pat him on the head and comfort him.
On March 22, the song was released on YouTube and Spotify under the banner of Serbian music production company Reim and Junir Vetar. More than six months after its release, the song’s views are skyrocketing after going viral on Tiktok this week. Apart from this, this song has been listened to seven and a half million times on Spotify, the streaming app for listening to music.